Adults only care about four things:
1. Money (finance/economics)
2. Sex (love/lust)
3. Politics (religion/philosophy/history)
4. Hobbies (old school pop culture)
Prove me wrong.
*Protip: You can't*
Has anyone ever noticed that most "serious" non-fixtion books (as in marketed to age 35+) mostly deal with abstractions. There are no physcial science books or media marketed to boomers at all. If they do, they mostly deal with making aesthetic products.
Adults are in general very sentimental beings. We assume "adult = logical", but it seems the average adult cares more about personal utopia than the present physical reality.
Almost every homepage blog starts put with some profound quote by some historical figure or fictional character. Alot of personal blogs always use basic philosphy to talk about life eventa such as death or marriage.
Or how every political reform has to require some moving speech using metaphors and abstract objects to get people to get shit done. Nobody cares about natural determinism working in their favor.
The only "profound" art usually deals with abstract and metaphorical objects. Nothing physical.
The only work I have seen that balances physical science and philosophy was Cosmos (1980 book and PBS TV show by Carl Sagan).
I cannot run out of times of how easily enraged boomers get at youngsters for having different social customs than them.
Like how my mom gets mad at me and my brothers for being solitary creatures, claiming we're selfish and apathetic, we shouldn't have had individual bedrooms because it encouraged "entitlement". She's woefully ignorant of the family fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.